Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Neb.) 1900-1930, July 27, 1905, Image 5
A Irltnd of the horn * . A fo of th * Trust Calumet Powder with the Pure Food Laws of all States. Business Notices. .Notices under this heading 5 cents per Hm each Insertion. Among reading matter , 10 cent P r line each Insertion. " * * * s Halldorson & Barnett , your pho tographers. Office open the U1 to 6th , inclusive. FOR SALE ; City Hotel , lot and building. Price $1000. 18 C. H. CORNELL , Agent. She-boy-gan Wigwam Hosiery for boys and girls , ladies and mis ses at Miss Martins. 22 In posing subjects for a photo , the greatest care is necessary , like wise in finishing. The retouching ranks next , and the soft lighting. We employ only experts at all branches of the photo-making , con sequently we can give you the best and the latest. Look for our regu lar dates. dates.HALLDORSON HALLDORSON & BARNETT. NOTICE. All cattle branded QorH3 | on left side or hip or Q ton left side or hip ; also all horses branded Q on left jaw or hip , are the property of the "EnicicsoN CATTLE COMPANY and in the cus tody of the undersigned , as Re ceiver of said company. , I will be grateful for informa tion that will lead to the recovery of any strays , or where a person has gone to any trouble or expense in recovering said cattle or horses , I will pay a suitable reward for the return of the same. C. H. CORNELL , Eeceiver , , _ Valentine , Nebr. . I have .buyer for Nebraska farms. If'you'-want to sell , list with me or write for particulars. 47 HORACE GRANT , Heist Bldg. Kansas City , Mo. Iow Excursion Hates to Lin * coin , Nebr. , Via the forth-western Line. Ex cursion tickets will be sold August 1 to 10inclusive , limited to return until August 11 , inclusive , on ac count of Nebraska Epworth League. Apply to agents Chicago & North * Western By. 274 Special Summer Excursion Bates to Chicago and Return , North-western Line. Ex Via-tne - . * cursion tickets will be sold to Chi cago and return until Sept. 80 , 1905. limited to return October 81. Apply to agents Chicago & North * western R'y * Sept. 2 Hie North-Western lane. " One of the most interesting ser ies of articles on the subject of the great railways of the country that has appeared recently , is that from the pen of Frank H. Spearman , recently published in the Saturday Evening Post , and since printed in book form by Scribners. The chapter descriptive of the Chicago & North-western Ey. has been pub lished by the passenger department of that line in pamphlet form for general distribution , and will be Bent to any address on receipt oT 2 cents for postage. W. B. KNISEERN , P. T. M. The Aft of Drnwii "Work. Perfiludo , or drawn needlework , oc cupies the same place In Mexico as lace does in Brussels. The city of Matnraoros is the center of its pro duction , and large quantities of this beautiful work are exported to the United States. Women and girls are employed in the manufacture , and some of it Is very expensive , for a year may be required to make a single piece. The linen or silk is placed in a frame , the threads are drawn out one way , and with a needle and the finest spool thread the design is worked. Perfllado is taught in the public schools. Among the articles made are handkerchiefs , tablecloths , bedspreads and covers for chairs or lounges. The work is bard and difficult , and the earnings areon an average less than. a shilling a day. Kate Do you think it's true that people catch anything through kissing ? .Madge Oh , I don't think so. See how f'ten you've been kissed and you've More Loical. Kice writes insurance. John Neiss spent several day in town this week. Ed Richards is in town toda : looking for hay men. A. IL Stees drove in from hi ranch near Kennedy yesterday. Nels Rowley was in town yester day looking for men to help hay. Claude Jones , the Croofcstoi landlord , was in town yesterday. Miss Eva Ashburn is at Cods spending a few weeks visiting her friends. Mr. Lovejoy put down a well for I. H. Emery at the cemetery last week. Theo. Tillson and daughter Miss Laura were up from Penbrook yesterday. James Ashburn is building a new stone house on his farm north east of Valentine. Davenport & Thacher and Quig- ley & Chapman have changes in their ads this week. Sam Lee , of Chesterfield , was in town Tuesday and intended to go out to Gillaspie's ranch. The Valentine Concert Band will give an open air concert to morrow evening at 3 o'clock. Born to Pete Galloway and wife of McCann , Monday night , July 24,1905 , a bouncing boy. Mrs. Gilbert Lefler and two children of Peoria , 111. , are visit ing at the home of W. A. Taylor. A letter from William Leach , formerly of this county , asks us to send his paper to Aurora , Ore. C. M. Sageser went up to Gor don Monday night to look after some property which he possesses there. Jim Hunter , who has been working on the reservation for the past few months , was hi town this week. Geo. Tellier was in town several lays this week waiting for some horses to take out to Arkansaw Bob's ranch. A Mr. Watson who was here with his merry-go-round a couple of years ago , is again located in our city. Mrs. J. A. Edward , from the southern part of the state , is visit ing her parents James Ashburn ind wife for a few weeks. L. E. VanDleck , of Rushville , was in our city the first of the week visiting and called at our Dffice for a chat with the editor. T. P. Spratt was in town from liis herd of 900 cattle , which he is holding on the military reserve northeast of town , last Saturday. George Camm's buggy team ran iway jTesterday , damaging the Duggy to some extent. They were stopped in front of Frank Fisch- jr's tin shop. M. Christensen and wife are the lappy possessors of a baby boy , jorn Friday morning , July 14 , L905. Through some reason this tern was overlooked last week. Dr. Compton took Mrs. W. B. Hammond to Omaha yesterday corning for medical attendance. 3he will go to the Methodist hos pital arid be under the care of Dr. Jonas. W. H. Sellers , of Bailey , was in Lown Monday on business and made this office a pleasant call. He brought down with him 20 ; oyote scalps which he captured last winter. Miss Agnes Piercy brought the Misses Helen Sparks , Buela Jenks ind Neil Fountain in from Ken nedy Tuesday. The young ladies nave been enjoying ranch life for several days. Last Saturday afternoon G. W. McFarland got into trouble with some colored soldiers which re sulted in the former getting de- 3'idedly the worst of it , his head being pretty badly cut with a "black jack" or small billy. ' The Ciiristian Endeavor law social at Miss Hattie Holcomb' was a success despite the rah : The tables were moved into th house and a great number of pa trons were served. Mrs. Robert McQuade returns from Hot Springs Sunday morn ing where she has been to see he mother who is quite ill. Mrs. Me Quade's sister Mrs. Roche , re mained with her mother. For feed or livery call on thi Eagle Livery. Commercial trad < a specialty. We have some gooc second hand buggies and harnesi for sale. Call and see us. SIIEFHARD BROS. , Prop. Mrs. Dave Dunn is not improv very much in health. Dr. Me- Knight , of Longpine , was callec in consultation with Dr. Comptor last Friday. Mrs. Dunn is stay ing with her daughter Mrs. Frank Randall in this city. Yesterday a party of eight ladies and two gentlemen from Chicago were in town demonstrating the merits of Calumet baking powder. It was their intention to visit ev ery house in town and convince the mothers that they should use the Calumet. A party consisting of Sheriff Layport and family , J. T. Keeley and family , Thomas Watkins and wife and about 25 young people went out on the river south of town last Sunday and spent the day picnicking. A very pleasant time is reported. The Western Rancher , formerly edited by Otto Mutz at Ainsworth , has bsen consolidated with the Ne braska Farmer , published at Oma ha. Mr. Mutz is an able writer and will continue to edit The Wes tern Rancher department in the Nebraska Farmer. . A. E. Fischer , the traveling rep resentative for Bellevue college , was in town Tuesday rustling stu dents. He says the outlook for new students this year is better than ever before. Four graduates from our high school expect to at tend Bellevue next year. 4 Tuesday afternoon the marshal took into custody Harry Thomas ( colored ) , who shot a man at a re sort on the river some time ago. Shepard Bros , had went his bond but , Thomas quitting his job and having no inducement to stay in town , they withdrew from his bond. bond.We We received a letter this week from Albert Nenzel who is run ning a general merchandise store it Muenster , Sask. , Canada , say ing he likes the country and is jetting along nicely. He says srops could not be better and ev erything is booming in that locality. The game warden has called our ittention to the fact that many have been disregarding the game laws and have been both seining cjame fish and shooting young chickens. The hunting law does not open until September 1st and steps have been taken to carefully watch people engaged in unlawful hunting. It seems that people would begin to see that game laws ire for their benefit , rather than inyone else. The present num bers of wild game insures continu- il hunting if the law is but obeyed. However , if the law is disregarded ind the young chickens killed off , then it will be but a short time until they become extinct. Obituary. Harry Murphy was born June LO , 1866 , at Montreal , Canada , and lied June 28 , 1905 , at Banner , Neb. , at the age of 37 years and IS lays. Ilie remains were taken to Brok en Bow where services were con- lucted by Rev. Father Daly , and interred in the Catholic cemetery , Friday , June 30. Deceased leaves m aged father and mother , three srothers and two sisters to mourn iiis loss. --I _ > fv Gomptpn-telegraphed to W Brti ammond this morning that hi ; wife had been operated on anc was getting along nicely. To he : many friends this is certainly goo ( news. news.W. W. D. Morgareide and hi ; daughter Mrs. Ella Ellis , and fam ily are in town expecting to depari tonight for Moscow , Idaho. Mrs Ellis received the $2,000 M. W A. insurance four weeks after Mr. . Ellis' death , and the § 1,000 in the New York Life was sent to the Valentine State bank and she re ceived it today. Mrs. Ellis has been quite successful in settling up theestate and has practically clos ed up all accounts 'owing to Mr. Ellis by receipt of cash or notes. R. L. Hall writes us from O' Neill , stating that he is preparing to build a new hotel there and asks us to send his paper there. It is a pleasure to know that Mr. and Mrs. Hall will locate so near us since we can't have them in our own town. We bejieve IVtr. Hall to be a thorough business man whose friends increase with acquaintance and is a benefit to the town in which he locates beyond the ; expression of price or value. We congratulate the good people of O'Neill upon their being able to attract such good people as Mr. and Mrs. Hall to their city , and believe they will "hae nae cause to rue their bargain. " The U. S. weather bureau re port for week ending July 26th , shows highest anJ lowest tempera ture as 79 ° on 20th and 53 ° on 23rd , a range of 26 ° . The mean temperature for the week was 67 ° and the normal 74 ° , a loss of 7 ° . The continued low temperature average will retard crops some what , especially corn. The pre cipitation for the period was 1.07 inches and the normal 0.49 of an inch. The winds have been about the normal , the highest velocity was 30 miles per hour from the SE on the 21st. The weekly crop bulletin for the state of Nebraska shows : The f mean daily temperatuae averaged 2 ° below normal. Showers oc curred in nearly all parts of the state during the past week. In bhc southern and western counties the amount of rainfall was gener ally between i inch and li inches. In the northeastern and central eastern counties the rainfall was mostly less than i inch. Thrash- Df winter wheat has progressed rapidly during the past week and the reports continue to indicate an excellent crop. The oat harvest tias progressed rapidly in southern Bounties where it is now nearly completed and thrashing has com menced. The quality of oats is jxcellent and the yield fair. The ) at harvest is just beginning in lorthern counties. Haying i s generally in progress with a heavy ; rop being secured in good con- lition. Corn has grown rapidly md is now beginning to tassel gen erally. It is about one week later n tasseling than in an average fear. Apples are dropping badly. Potatoes hare been damaged by Iry weather in some localities. A ittle plowing has been done. Legs. Apropos of knee breeches a corre spondent of the London Express quotes an anecdote from Captain Gronow's "Recollections" which puts the whole case in a nutshell. The baillie < le fer- rette was always dressed in knee breeches , with a. cocked hat and. a court sword , the slender proportions of which greatly resembled those of his legs. "Do tell me , my dear bail- lie , " said Moutrond one day , "have you got three legs or three swords ? " Soon after which , we should Imaginethe baillie went home. Enough. There had been a railway collision near a Scottish country town , and an astute local attorney had hurried to the scene of disaster. Noticing an old man with a badly damaged head lying on the ground , he approached him with notebook in hand. "How about dam ages , my man ? " he began. The in jured man waved him off with the re mark : "Na , na ; ye'll get nae damages fae me. It wasna me that hit yer bloomin' auld train. " The Other Klml. "Do you think there is anything re markable in love at first sight ? " asked n romantic youth. "Not at all , " replied his cynical friend. "It's when people have been looking at each other for four or five years that it becomes remarkable ! " Cement Building Blocks. for Foundations , Houses , Barns or Chimneys WESLEY HOLSCLAW , MEALS TiiiRTy-FrvE CENTS - EXCEPT REGULAR BOARD SUNDAY DINNER 50 CENTS. < * AT THE The Donoher , MEAL TICKET LIMIT 2 WEEKS. MRS. A. J. WEBB , Propr GET rvnTKinrTMo AT THIS PRINTING YOUR OFFICE * in OTlSlnBMTOi MjriHlSrjJHfii XXX FRESH FRUIT AND GAME IN THEIR SEASON. First class line of Steaks , Roastd , Dry Salt Meats Smoke 1 Breakfast Bacon. Highest Market Price Paid for Hogs. N. J. AUSTIN. J. W. THOMPSON. , ( SUCCESSORS TO E. BREUKLANDER. ) GENERAL BLACKSMITIIIKG AND WOODWORK. Horse Shoeliiy a Specialty. Best Drink Drank = = Our Soda. Choicest materials rightly used and daintily servred is the secret. We use pure fruit juices and plenty of them. We are extravagant in the matter of ice. Cleanliness is our ever lasting hobby. To drink our soda is to come again. QUIGLEY & CHAPMAN , DRUGGISTS. An Opportunity We want a man in this locality to sell the WHEELER & WILSON Sewing Machine. We can offer ex ceptional induce ments to someone who commands a horse and wagon and can devote his time to advancing the sales of our product. Energetic men find our proposition a money-maker , ca pable of development into a permanent and profitable business. WRITE AT ONCE Wheeler & Wilson Mfg. Co. 72 and 74 Wabasli Ave. CHICAGO The Loup Valley Hereford Ranch. Brownlee.Nebr , Prince Boabdel 131693 and Curly Coat 112261 at head of herd. The blood of Fowler. Anxiety , Lord Wilton and Sir Gladstone predomi nates to my herd. I can fill orders foi bulls of all apces at any lime. Ilauch ftmr miles north-west of Brown- lee , Nebr. C. H. FAULHABKK. H. DAILEY , Dentist. Office over the grocery deparment of T. C. Hornby's store. Will be in Kosebud agency July 3rd , Oct. 2nd and Jan. 1,1904r. JOHN F. POKATH Riege , Xebr. Tubular wells and windmills. G. H. Hall , M. D. Physician ana Surgeon. All calls promptly attended to day or night. Drugs and Phar maceuticals furnished. Wood JLake , - Nebraska. C. M. SAGESER Barber First-class Shop in Every Respect Eau de Quinine Hair Tonic , Golden Star Hair Tonic , Herpicide and Coko's Dandruff Cure. Try Tompeian Face Massage Cream N. COMPTON Physician and Surgeon Office at Quigley & Chapman's Drug Store. Kights The Don oher residence , Cherry Street. Dr. G. 0. Sturdevant , KKSIDEXT DEXTIST. Office over Daventort'a Ftore-West Entrance Valentine , Nebraska. H. M. CKAMEK , City Deliyeryman , Urunka , valises and packages hauled to and from the depot and all parts of the City. J. L. ASHBURN , Contractor and Build er in Brick or Stone Work. Valentine , - Nebr.